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|June 01, 2005
inter-touch Mobile Broadband Services For Business Travellers
inter-touch, a provider of Broadband Internet Access for business travellers across Asia Pacific, China, the Middle East and Europe, has been awarded 20MHz of Wireless Broadband Access (WBA) spectrum by Singapore's Infocomm Development Authority (IDA). The acquisition of this Spectrum elevates inter-touch as the only operator servicing the hospitality Broadband market worldwide who can deploy the next generation of wireless broadband applications to the hospitality market. "Acquiring this spe...
|May 16, 2005
Nokia 6680 Smartphone: 'Best In Class' 3G Device
The Nokia 6680 imaging smartphone is the new 'Best in Class' 3G device according to a report by Strategy Analytics. Four leading 3G devices currently available on the Western European market were rated by Strategy Analytics' Advanced Wireless Laboratory (AWL) panels in London, UK and Milan, Italy. Each device was assessed on the basis of four categories: Video Features, User Interface & Input, Display, and Style/Design. The Nokia 6680 smartphone achieved the highest individual rating in two...
|April 27, 2005
Nokia Launches Nokia Nseries Branded Multimedia Device Range
Nokia has announced the Nokia Nseries branded range of next generation multimedia devices. Packed with the latest technologies such as 3G, Carl Zeiss Optics, megapixel cameras, multi-gigabyte memory, VHS resolution video and WLAN, the Nokia Nseries offers new fusions of digital media and mobility to the hands of mobile users. Consumers can now use a single device to do everything from snapping print-quality images, reading email, listening to music, browsing their favorite websites, watching mob...
|March 28, 2005
Samsung Introduces Phone With File Viewing Capabilities
Seoul, South Korea: Samsung Electronics introduces its first "file viewer" phones (models SPH-V6500 and SCH-V650) that allow users to view documents and images over the mobile phone. The phones are expected to enhance the productivity of businesspeople who are constantly on the go, but need to view business-critical information, such as PDF files, at any time and any place. Data can be easily downloaded onto the phones in its original file format through a PC connection, similar to an extern...
|February 23, 2005
Nokia Marks 20 Years In China - The World's Largest Phone Market
At a press conference in Beijing today, Nokia marks 20 years in China and reaffirms its strong, long-term commitment to the world's largest mobile phone market. Since the outset, Nokia has grown its presence in China from an original staff of five in 1985 to more than 4,700 employees, working predominantly in global manufacturing and R&D. As demonstration of Nokia's localization strategy in China, the company has also worked to maximize growth and global competitiveness for all parties in t...
|September 28, 2004
Langham Place Hotel's New Approach To International Communication
The new Langham Place Hotel Hong Kong has announced a new approach to make hotel telephones cheaper and more user-friendly. The hotel is providing an in-room mobile WIFI phone which enables guests to go anywhere in the property, including the elevators and make or receive international calls at rates up to 50% cheaper than any other hotel in Hong Kong. Langham Place Hotel has been heralded as the most technologically advanced hotel in the world being the first all wireless, all-colour IP (In...
|July 11, 2004
Samsung Readies A 3.2megapixel Digital Camera Phone For Launch
Samsung unveiled its first 3.2megapixel digital camera phone (SPH- S2300) with 3 times optical linear zoom earlier this month. The SPH-S2300 is the world's first camera phone with optical linear 3X zoom. Linear Zoom, an upgrade from the stage-type of non-linear zoom, allows users to zoom into subjects at a more precise magnification. Most digital cameras on the market have adopted this format to improve picture quality. By adopting a 3X linear zoom, as well as operations expected of a high qua...
|June 23, 2004
Vodafone NZ BlackBerry Wireless Solution For Mobile Professionals
Vodafone and Research In Motion (RIM) last month announced plans to introduce the BlackBerry wireless solution to Vodafone's customers in New Zealand. "Up until now email has been largely deskbound. Mobile email really has been the 'missing link' for truly mobilizing businesses in New Zealand. BlackBerry will allow people to turn wasted time into productive time because they're always connected, even when they're on the move," said Phil Patel, General Manager of Business Marketing at Vodafone. "...
|June 15, 2004
Ericsson's President & CEO At CommunicAsia
At a media briefing June 15 at CommunicAsia in Singapore, Carl-Henric Svanberg, President and CEO of Ericsson, spoke about Asia's important role in the development of communications trends, services and applications for the benefit of consumers worldwide. "We regard Asia Pacific as the world's greenhouse for mobile communications," said Carl-Henric Svanberg at CommunicAsia. "Asia is a very exciting region with one of the world's lowest mobile penetrations as well as the world's most advanced...
|June 01, 2004
The Nokia 7610 Camera Phone Shipping In Europe, Africa & Asia-Pacific
Nokia has announced that the Nokia 7610, its most advanced imaging device, has started shipping in Europe, Africa and Asia-Pacific. Nokia is the first company to introduce camera phones that have the essential ingredients for a complete imaging experience, including the ability to capture, as well as print, edit, store and send images and videos. These elements, combined with the slim and stylish design and a wide range of smartphone features, make the Nokia 7610 the most comprehensive camera ph...
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